I Would Love to Have a Politic...

I would love to have a politic affiliation. In fact forget the affliation, I'd love to be in politics.
themiget themiget
18-21, M
5 Responses Jan 17, 2007

Not political, exactly.<br />
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Before Obama was a household word, I saw an interview with Michelle Obama. I immediately decided whoever was president, SHE should be FIrst Lady. It would be nice to have her sense of humor, her honesty, her intelligence, and real class doing first lady things.

u should check out the democratic party<br />
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we support everyone black, white, gay, hispanic, anything<br />
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I am sorta in politics i am the president of the Upshur County Young Democrats<br />
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so message me if u need anything

you dont need to be politically affiliated, to be a political person. heres the deal. people who join a political party either cant think for themselves, or theyre a bunch of sheep! ( i guess thats kinda the same thing) a political party is nothing more than a self interest group. one that will toss it's minions a few crumbs off the table every now and again. the party primary functions are to aquire wealth and status for it's elected leaders. their secondary function is to ensure continued success for their elected leaders. their third function is to aquire and retain absolute power. the fourth function is to toss you, the voter, a crumb, tell you it's a steak, and if youre lucky, give you a pat on the back. you dont have to belong to a party to vote. in fact, this country would be a great place if we only voted for non affiliated candidates.

There are two resons to be politically affiliated or active in politics: Either you want something from the state or want the power associated with the state -- or, you want to restrict the state and the power used by those in the state. The former is the basis for most political affiliation which is why our nation and world are a mess. The latter is a thankless, quixotic adventure only for the most stout of heart.

There are two resons to be politically affiliated or active in politics: Either you want something from the state or want the power associated with the state -- or, you want to restrict the state and the power used by those in the state. The former is the basis for most political affiliation which is why our nation and world are a mess. The latter is a thankless, quixotic adventure only for the most stout of heart.